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The Tardis lands in a strange world

Pyramids on another planet?

Invisible threat

Space station of the present or future?

Enter the Tardis

The Doctor welcomes you

A bright, new world

Emoji robot says hello

Astronaut suits for Mars?

Dapper Victorian threads

Hands up!

Meet new companion Bill Potts

Eye see you!

Exterminate!

Human Daleks?

Watch out!

Tardis in a crop field

Open sesame!

Boom!

"It's time"

Jeepers creepers, skull emoji peepers!

Missy returns!

Grainy lady?

Military intervention

Hand it to these mystery men

Nice right hook!

Tears of a companion

Old-school Cybermen return!

Hello there, Ice Warrior!

Water monster in pursuit

A happy Time Lord means adventure ahead

Sonic screwdriver from the past?

Psst... over here!

Run faster!

Get ready for Tardis-spinning adventure with the Doctor and his pals in "Doctor Who" season 10, starting April 15. Let's obsess over the new trailer, shall we? Warning: possible spoilers ahead!

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This unusual pyramid is in a forest on Earth, or maybe another planet altogether, which should thrill fans of the "Ancient Aliens" TV series who like to point out pyramids were built by extraterrestrial life forms.

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People running away in a field from a cloaked creature makes for an interesting glimpse into what new enemies lie in wait for the Doctor and his friends.

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This could be a modern-day space station, perhaps ISS or maybe a future SpaceX project. Either way, the Doctor would be impressed.

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The familiar blue and orange lights inside the Tardis welcome new travel companion Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie).

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The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) inside the Tardis, just as we expect him to be. Too bad this is Capaldi's last season as the Time Lord.

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This new landscape looks like a breath of fresh air compared with the usual stopping off-points for the Doctor. But often things aren't as safe as they initially appear.

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When the Doctor and Bill meet this emoji robot, it looks like they have made a new droid friend.

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When the Doctor and Nardole (Matt Lucas) suit up like astronauts, this could mean they're trying to blend in with a space station crew.

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No "Doctor Who" season is complete without a trip back to London's Victorian past.

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If you travel with the Doctor, be prepared to upset the natives once in a while.

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New companion Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) could bring a fresh viewpoint to the series. In the trailer she's excited to be anywhere with the Doctor.

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Nothing like a gigantic eyeball to make fans wonder what the rest of the creature looks like. Also, this looks like it could be underwater.

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It wouldn't be a proper "Doctor Who" season without the Daleks. Here's the machine bent on the destruction fans have come to fear.

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But what of this human girl who seems to be shouting the same Dalek motto of "Exterminate"? Is she a Dalek in the ultimate disguise?

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These humans holding guns might be shielding their eyes from an explosion or a bright light from a spaceship. Either way, it will be fun to find out what happens next.

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Did the Tardis land on Earth or is this a newly terraformed planet that humans inhabit?

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The bigger the door, the bigger the threat. But for the Doctor, this door might open up to something in his past -- if we're to guess from the age of that painting off to the side.

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This explosion can't be a good thing if we go by the Doctor and Bill's shocked facial expressions.

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Character actor David Suchet, best known for his role as Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot), stars in the "Doctor Who" episode titled "The Landlord." Here he's holding a tuning fork, or is it something more magical?

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This emoji robot seemed friendly at the beginning of the trailer, but when it starts communicating with skulls, the outlook doesn't look so happy.

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Missy (Michelle Gomez) is back, but what does that mean for the Doctor and his friends?

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This new alien race looks like it could be made from wood, or maybe they're some kind of ancient forest people?

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This isn't the first time the Doctor and his friends have had run-ins with soldiers. Here's hoping the military is on the right side.

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This new race of aliens could be a threat or new allies. As "Doctor Who" fans, we know not to judge just by first impressions.

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The Doctor often loses his temper, and this Victorian lad is unlucky enough to find out that Time Lords know how to fight.

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All of the Doctor's companions cry at some point. But is this the moment the Doctor dies and regenerates into the actor replacing Capaldi?

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The original Cybermen first appeared in 1966. Now they have returned in their retro form for episodes 11 and 12, and they still look just as menacing.

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Lizard-like people are nothing new in "Doctor Who," especially the Silurians. This is a quick shot a race of an Ice Warrior -- reptilian humanoids from the planet Mars, identified by the Eleventh Doctor.

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When a giant water creature's after you, it's best to run as fast as you can toward the Tardis and hope for the best.

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This will be the last time fans will see a smiling version of Capaldi's beloved Time Lord as season 10 is his final season as the Doctor.

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Nardole (Matt Lucas) is thrown a sonic screwdriver that looks like it could have previously belonged to the Fourth Doctor.

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The Doctor tries to get the attention of one of his friends. But is he in a Shakespearean theater such as the famous Globe Theatre?

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Nardole (Matt Lucas) and Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) run with the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) in the next season, which looks like they could be facing interesting foes.

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